Weekend Box Office- March 28-30, 2014

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So far, so good for Darren Aronofsky’s Noah. The biblical (but not biblical) epic took in $44 million to finish first. I am sure the audience was divided between Christians who didn’t know what they were getting into and Aronofsky fans that wanted to see how he could top Jared Leto shooting heroin into a gaping hole in his arm.

With Captain America opening next week, we will see if Noah can stay afloat. Sorry, I had a one pun limit for this article.

Frozen had a big weekend. It became the highest grossing animated film of all time passing Toy Story 3. Maybe now people can finally let it go.

Damn, two puns.

1. Noah- $44 million/ $44 million

2. Divergent- $26.5/ $95.2

3. Muppets Most Wanted- $11.3/ $33.3

4. Mr. Peabody & Sherman- $9.5/ $94.9

5. God’s Not Dead- $9.0/ $22.0

6. The Grand Budapest Hotel- $8.8/ $24.4

7. Sabotage- $5.3/ $5.3

8. Need For Speed- $4.3/ $37.7

9. 300: Rise of an Empire- $4.3/ $101.1

10. Non-Stop- $4.0/ $85.1


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